Operator Technician (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – December 7, 2018
Decent job if you don't question anything and like monotony and don't have a strong work ethic. Things are better if you're related to someone. Also, the union is more of a do nothing fraternity unless you're related to someone or are on one of their committees, I think
Horrible place to work. It may work for others but not me
Assembly lineman (Former Employee) – Dearborn, MI – December 7, 2018
I felt like a slave. I don’t work for money I work to keep myself active. Everyone is a number at Ford. One slip up and your out. After you’ve put blood, sweat, and tears into someone else business, for them to not consider you at all.
Product Development Engineer (Former Employee) – Dearborn, MI – December 6, 2018
Nice public company with ethical owner Ford donate a lot to charitable institution Changing from conventional rigid company to more flexible company Flexible work schedule with no fixed time to start to work for a day. Management is the same as other company, you should be lucky and work hard to be promoted, but management is making efforts to listen to people, even though all of the management is not the same. The most enjoyable part is they give you $100 gift when you are recognized.
Assembly Line Worker (Former Employee) – Claycomo, MO – December 4, 2018
I enjoyed working their. But it’s best to not get involved with all of the drama and other non sense that can take place at times in the plant. Go to work do your job and go home. That’s really the best advice I could give anyone seeking a job at Ford Motor Company
Investment Efficiency Manager (Former Employee) – Dearborn, MI – December 3, 2018
Ford is moving into challenging times. It has been, and will continue to be a place with many opportunities in the AV area and continued cost pressures on investment of new programs and current manufacturing environment.
Ability to move around and experience many industries within the Automotive industry